WINNER OF FLORIDA BOOK AWARDS' 2018 BRONZE MEDAL FOR GENERAL NONFICTION
A holistic portrait of the island nation, interrelating its geography, society, politics, and culture. It weaves these threads into a narrative that begins with the first arrivals of indigenous inhabitants.
"A splendid work of historical craftsmanship."
Louis A. Pérez Jr.
A comprehensive, interpretative synthesis of the Cuban Revolution, from Batista's 1952 coup to the present.
"A remarkable achievement. The most comprehensive, synthetic, and systematic appraisal of the Cuban Revolution to date."
Composed of seven pioneering articles and essays, this book provides key pieces to solving the puzzle of the Hispanic Caribbean's fascinating and convulsed history.
"This is a useful addition to comparative studies of the Caribbean and should provide food for thought for any student of the Caribbean."
Bulletin of Latin American Research
A comparative study of the emergence of Protestantism in the nineteenth-century Hispanic Caribbean.
"[This] is a substantial study and is bound to become the standard source in the field." H-Net Review
A study of culture and society in mid-nineteenth century Havana, including slavery and the slave trade, gender relations and daily life.
"Luis Martínez-Fernández has the rare virtue of reconciling both the analytical incisiveness of a mature historian and the sweeping breath of an impassioned storyteller."
This in-depth comparative study focuses on the economy, society and political cultures of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic in the middle decades of the nineteenth century.
"There exist few works as useful or as comprehensive as this study."
Louis A. Pérez Jr.
This two-volume work received three major awards: Library Journal's Best Reference, New York Public Library's Best of Reference and Booklist Editors' Choice.
"The two-volume encyclopedia is an exhaustive source of information on Cuba with more than 700 entries from more than 80 internationally recognized experts."